Case study of interactive digital forms on orthopedic patient satisfaction and score
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[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] In orthopedic clinical settings there are many well-designed and validated outcomes instruments that are commonly used. The "usability" of the current technique of data collection as it relates to the patient experience has yet to be established. In addition the usability of computer-based outcomes instruments has not been fully evaluated in the orthopedic clinical setting. The purpose of the case study is to determine the impact of a computer-based outcomes instrument on patient satisfaction, speed of completion, and score. An additional outcome will be to develop heuristics for the creation of user-friendly orthopedic patient surveys for primary use on touchscreen tablet displays.
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